On Wednesday, the Obama Justice Department announced it considers the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional and will simply stop enforcing it.  How significant is this step in the larger debate over the definition of marriage?  Can anyone else step in for the government to defend traditional marriage?  Does this mean gay marriage will soon be legal in the eyes of the federal government?  How will this play out in states that have traditional marriage enshrined in their constitutions?  And why would legalizing gay marriage have repercussions in areas of life far beyond what most people realize?  We discuss it all with Mathew Staver, chairman of Liberty Counsel.  Staver has argued in many state courts in defense of traditional marriage.